First GMO Thriller, An Involuntary Spy, Hits Best Seller List

An Involuntary Spy on best seller list one week in advance of promotion

Nov 29, 2013, 13:00 ET from Times Square Publishing

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- An Involuntary Spy,, the first political thriller based on genetically modified foods, has hit the best seller list one week in advance of its promotion on 

"A controversial first book of its kind, An Involuntary Spy breaks all tradition with the genre," says author, Kenneth Eade. "There are spies, CIA, FBI and Russians involved but not in the way you would think.  It also educates with a wealth of true information on GMOs." 

Critics are saying, "I loved how this book was able to bring to the forefront issues that surround us today," and "I had the impression that it will feel like one of those science fiction and action packed movies, with Russians and Americans fighting for more or less correct causes.  How wrong I was!" and "An Involuntary Spy: A GMO Thriller is a brilliantly executed suspense thriller.  Author Kenneth Eade intricately designs a whole new brand of action packed political thriller.  From the beginning to the end you are completely captivated."

An Involuntary Spy is the story of a genetic biologist, working for the largest biotech company in the world, who becomes entangled in a web of government corruption and fraud regarding genetically engineered food, and blows the whistle on his employer.  As a result, he must flee the country as a fugitive, charged with espionage.  It is available now on Kindle and December 5th on paperback.

Kenneth Eade
Times Square Publishing

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